If it seemed like Twentieth Century Fox's "X-Men: First Class" premiere at the Ziegfeld was a spur of the moment affair, that's because it was.
The night of May 25 lacked a full moon, but that didn't stop revelers at MTV's "Teen Wolf" premiere party from howling away at the Roosevelt Hotel, where they posed in the photo booth with campy fake…
Major studios have banished the R-rated erotic thriller from their slates. Bigscreen and smallscreen producers are largely ignoring the tawdry sex scandals that hog the headlines. And A-list nudity…
Reports of the death of New York independent filmmaking have been greatly exaggerated.
In the five years since the release of "An Inconvenient Truth," the momentum for action on climate change seems to have gone from a fever pitch for change to a muddled message on what to do next.
Wearing both writer and producer hats is a cinch for TV scribes. But in the world of film, only a handful successfully switch back and forth between the disparate roles.
I've always been impatient with celebrity self-pity. I found it difficult to empathize with stars who've courted fame all their lives, only to complain about the intrusions of the press and the…
France, Belgium and Luxembourg are rapidly emerging as Europe's golden triangle for artier animated pic production, and attracting projects from elsewhere as well.
Embracing the power of the 'plex, Disney's boatload of pirates brought down the boy wizard.
The Arab Spring, which spread from Tunisia and Egypt, to Libya and beyond, has unleashed the biggest political upheaval the region has seen in more than half a century.
"Tied to a Chair" may be the only way anyone would still for this farcical, female-empowerment/terrorist comedy.